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Tropical Storm Ophelia keeps churning this evening about 150 miles off the South Carolina coast. Tropical Storm Warnings are still posted for the offshore areas of Charleston, Georgetown, and Horry Counties through Saturday. Impacts expected from the cyclone are also causing other marine alerts across the coastline.
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Latest episodes of Walter Edgar's Journal
  • Adam Parker
    Mark Stetler
    Courtesy of Adam Parker
    Veteran journalist Adam Parker has covered just about everything for Charleston's Post and Courier newspaper, though he has spent most of his time writing about race, religion, and the arts. Us: A Journalist's Look at the Culture, Conflict and Creativity of the South (2022, Evening Post Books) is a collection of in-depth articles published over the course of nearly 20 years, and it reveals the breadth and scope of Parker's uncanny ability to pull back the scrim and take a hard look at ourselves and our community.Adam joins us to talk about his life and work, and to share some of the stories that he has written.
  • "Treaty with the Creeks"
    NY Public Library Digital Collections - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection
    The Creek War is one of the most tragic episodes in American history, leading to the greatest loss of Native American life on what is now U.S. soil.Peter Cozzens, author of A Brutal Reckoning: Andrew Jackson, the Creek Indians, and the Epic War for the American South, tells us the story of the war that shaped the American South, and which would likely not have been won by the fledgling republic without Andrew Jackson’s unbridled ambition, cruelty, and fraught sense of honor and duty.
Latest Episodes of the SC Lede
  • Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is surrounded by reporters looking for updates on plans to fund the government and avert a shutdown, at the Capitol in Washington, Friday, Sept. 22, 2023. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
    J. Scott Applewhite/AP
    September 23, 2023 — A look at the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden; updates from state health officials on the flu, COVID-19, and respiratory virus season; and more.
  • South Carolina is home to multiple regions and folks who make the state Republican Party a cross-section of ideologies and priorities that help the state chose the Republican nominee nearly every primary since 1980.
    Sue Smith
    Adobe Stock
    September 19, 2023 — We continue our special series dedicated to the 2024 South Carolina Republican presidential primary with a look at the people who make up the voting base and the regions in which they reside. South Carolina is home to folks who make the state Republican Party a cross-section of ideologies and priorities that have helped the state chose the Republican nominee nearly every primary since 1980.
Latest Episodes of the SC Business Review
  • Provided
    Social media has become a major industry over the past decade and a big influence in the advertising industry. Which is keeping our next guest and his students busy at an Upstate university. Mike Switzer interviews Dr. Brandon Boatwright, director of the Social Media Listening Center at Clemson University.
  • Provided
    According to our next guest, the real estate market in South Carolina is currently experiencing a great deal of confusion due to recent market shifts, changes in interest rates, and other developments. Mike Switzer interviews Nick Carlson, co-founder of Wilson Associates and current president of the Greater Greenville Association of Realtors in Greenville, SC.
Latest Episodes of NatureNotes
  • In 2023, the autumn equinox falls on Saturday, September 23.
  • FILE - Chasmanthium latifolium
    Melissa McMasters
    Wikimedia Commons
    Chasmanthium latifolium, also commonly known as "fish on a line," inland sea oats, and river oats, is a species of grass native to the central and eastern United States.
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South Carolina Public Radio News Updates
Where does debt come from? How does it get so out of hand? And why is it such a difficult topic to discuss? On South Carolina Public Radio's podcast InDebted, host Scott Morgan dives into the factors that make the Palmetto State one of the worst places for personal debt in the country and tells the stories of real South Carolinians living in this ecosystem of debt.
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